The Aristocrat's Lady

The Aristocrat's Lady

by Mary Moore
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed getting to know Devlin and Nicole. They had such a special relationship. It was awesome to read about!
Terri13 More than 1 year ago
I loved The Aristocrat's Lady. I have read Both of Mrs. Moore's books. I can truthfully say I believe she is my favorite Author for Historical  Love Inspired Romance novels. The Aristocrat's Lady was so good I read every word and every page and did not skip ahead. I really was on the edge of my seat the whole time. Please keep writing Mrs. Moore. Your writing style is phenomenal. Can't wait to read your new one. Thank you. Terri from Ft. Worth Texas
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The Aristocrat's Lady by Mary Moore, published by Harlequin's "Love Inspired Historical" line was one of the most amazing regency books that I have read in years. The reader will fall in love with the hero and heroine from the very first pages. A mystery shrouds them both as they exchange niceties during a chance meeting on a veranda and the reader will immediately want to know more. It becomes evident from the start that the heroine has a grounded faith in God and wants to live that conviction to the fullest. The hero, though he boasts a certain bravado, is actually more vulnerable than he lets on. Even the minor characters will become a fixture as the story unfolds and the reader will not be able to keep him/herself from falling in love with each of them. A conflict begins to unfold with very soon which throws a possible budding romance off balance and only a love strong enough to endure will prevail. The regency setting adds magic to the moment and the reader will be transported there with the help of generous descriptions. Moore's pages are rich with action and there is never a dull moment in the book. This reader was riveted to this book from the start and practically finished it in one long sitting because she could not put it down. Grab this book up as soon as you can and find yourself lost in this mesmerizing romance. This book is Moore's debut'. Hopefully there are many more where this one came from. Can't wait to see who gets the movie rights.
sunshineJB More than 1 year ago
The story begins with Lady Nicole Beaumont in London with her mother and younger sister Chelsea. She is starting to regret having allowed her mother to convince her to come. While attending a ball at the home of Lord and Lady Swathmore Nicole ventures out onto the terrace to be alone to reflect on home and the peace God has given her. She has sensed she is not alone and quickly learns there is a man on the terrace too. She smells his cigar smoke. Not wanting to disturb him she turns to go back into the ballroom. He stops her with some insulting words. After some bantering back and forth she soon learns that he is Jared DeVale, Lord Devlin. As the story unfolds we learn that Lady Nicole once was engaged to be married. The marriage was called off because of the secret Lady Nicole is keeping from everyone in London. This secret is in regards to her health. Lord Devlin was once married for five years. That marriage was a disaster. Both Lady Nicole and Lord Devlin vowed never to get married. Lady Nicole because of the secret she is keeping; and Lord Devlin because of his failed marriage. The author Mary Moore takes us through the past history of both Lady Nicole and Lord Devlin as the story unfolds. Both have been through some rough times. Trust being a huge issue. Will either of them find love and trust again? God plays an important part in Lady Nicole's life but what about Lord Devlin? Does God play an important part in his life? This book teaches us about what God can do in our life if we only turn it over to him completely. It is about trusting, not only in God but in the lives of ones we love. It is about faith and unconditional love. Thank-you Mary for a great inspiring and romantic read. I loved every page of it!
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